• Storm Ophelia causes damage at Tremadog

    The BMC are reporting that Storm Ophelia has caused some damage to the Tremadog crags.

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  • And the winners at Banff Mountain Book Competition are…

    British writers have once again been recognised in the prestigious Banff Mountain Book Competition with awards going to Simon Richardson and Nick Bullock.

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  • Garnbret clinches 2017 Lead Champs in Xiamen and Molly Thompson-Smith moves into 8th

    The penultimate round of the IFSC World Cup Lead and Speed Championship in Xiamen saw Janja Garnbret take the women’s overall title for the second year running whilst Team GB’s Molly Thompson-Smith moved into eighth place overall.

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  • Kille and Twyford repeat Cassini in Nesscliffe rampage

    Hot news from deepest Shropshire is that a clutch of hard routes fell over the weekend at Nesscliffe – not least to Emma Twyford who nabbed the fourth ascent of Cassini (E8 6c) hot on the heels of Angus Kille who made the third ascent.

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  • 2017 British lead, speed and para comp full report

    Last weekend, Awesome Wall, Sheffield hosted a veritable array of competition climbing with lead, speed and para climbers all in action over the hotly-contested two-day event.

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  • Shauna Coxsey confirms her plans for Tokyo

    Shauna Coxsey has confirmed her intention to big for a place at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games.

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  • GB Climbing Team get new dedicated training wall

    The Hub – a purpose-built facility at Rock Over Climbing Centre in Manchester – is now the designated GB Climbing Team Bouldering Wall.

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  • Mountaineers object to Kings House Extension

    Plans to extend one of the most historic hotels in the Highlands with an ‘industrial style building’ which will dwarf the original have been condemned by Mountaineering Scotland.

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  • Leo Holding and Will Stanhope complete one-day link-up of Howser Towers

    Leo Holding and Canadian, Will Stanhope, have teamed up and successfully made the first one-day link-up of the Howser Towers in the Bugaboos, Canada.

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  • Yosemite Rockfall – Update

    The latest news from Yosemite Valley is that it was a Welsh couple who were tragically hit by Wednesday afternoon’s rockfall.

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